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Where is the a/cdrain for 99 grand am 3.4 v6 when running a/c i dont notice any water draining may be clogged

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The drrain is a black hose, about 1/2 inch in diameter, and it is directly below the heater box, going to the street. You may not always have water that you can see. The issue is relative humidity. If you have somewhat of a low relative humidity, the water may be evaporating AND you may not be removing much moisture from the air.

Usually, if this drain were to be plugged, you get other issues, like fogged windows, and water on the floor boardsx.

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